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PROJECT FILE

- THE MADONNA HOME -

Cat Zeman

INTA302: RESIDENTIAL DESIGN I


WEEK 6 ASSIGNMENT 1
FACULTY: M KIRKPATRICK
DUE DATE: 11.2.18
THE MADONNA HOME
200 COLUMBIA AVE
BOSTON, MA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I
Adjacency matrix………………… pp. 4
Research of the historic style…… pp. 6
Research of transitional housing.. pp. 22
Concept statement………………. pp. 27
Color palette exercise…………… pp. 29
Specification sheets...……………. pp. 36
Furniture
Finish
Lighting
Code study...……………………… pp. 67
Perspective Illustrations...……….. pp. 76
Process drawings...………………. pp. 79
Schematic floor and furniture plans
Built-in ideation sketches
Floor and ceiling sketches
PART II
Final Drawings ...………………… pp. 97
A0
A1
A3
A4
PART III
Finalized Presentation Boards ..... pp. 102
Gathering Space
Apartment
Justification of the solution...…… pp. 105
Cost-estimating Table…………… pp. 107
Reflection…………………………. pp. 113
- ADJACENCY MATRIX -
Lounge seating, flexible furniture;
GATHERING SPACE Y Y
ADJACENCY MATRIX

Y kitchenette, reading study/childcare


area, storage
Desk, chair, storage, 2-4 person
DIRECTOR’S OFFICE Y Y Y meeting area
ADA-compliant; up-to-code
PUBLIC ADA BTH Y Y
ADA-compliant; provides “sense
ENTRY Y of entry”
Kitchen/dining space, living for
2BD/1BTH APT Y Y Y 4/tv, closets/storage
Kitchen/dining space, living for
2BD/1BTH APT Y Y Y 4/tv, closets/storage
Kitchen/dining space, living for
1BD/1BTH APT Y Y Y 4/tv, closets/storage
Kitchen/dining space, living for
1BD/1BTH APT Y Y Y 4/tv, closets/storage
- RESEARCH OF THE HISTORICAL STYLE –
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

OVERVIEW

FIGURE 1.
Boston, Massachusetts: Climate

Annual high
58.7°F
temperature:

Annual low
temperature:
44.1°F The annual high temperature is 58.7
Average temperature: 51.4°F The annual low temperature is 44.1
The Average Temperature is 51.4
Average annual
43.76 inch
precipitation - rainfall: The annual precipitation rainfall is 43.76 inches
The annual days per year with precipitation is 137 days
Days per year with
precipitation - rainfall:
137 days The annual hours of sunshine is 2615 hours

Annual hours of
The average annual snowfall is 44 inches
2615 hours
sunshine:

Av. annual snowfall: 44 inch

Submitted by: J Worthey


Boston, Massachusetts: Demographics

Boston is the 23rd largest city in the US, however it’s the 10th largest metropolis. It is what is known as a
“commuting city” – its population grows largely during the day as residents of the suburbs flood the
downtown for work and decreases at night when these people go back home.
There is a relatively even number of black and white people under age 18 in the city, however the
number of white people increases greatly after age 18. This is because of the plethora of ivy league
universities in and around the city which typically admit Caucasian applicants.
“The single largest ethnic group in Boston is Irish, which accounts for 15.8% of the population,
followed by Italians with 8.3% of the population.” (Boston, Massachusetts Population 2018.) However,
non-Hispanic white are now the minority of the area because, post-2010, the city has become home to
many immigrating families. This flux of immigrants came after a period of gentrification in Boston.
The shift was primarily a result of late-aughts housing crisis.

Submitted by: C Zeman


Boston, Massachusetts: Culture
Boston’s culture was said to be characterized by Anglo-Saxon roots because it waves of Irish
immigrants that found a home in Boston during the 19th and 20th centuries. Therefore, Boston is more
associated with Irish Catholic culture than anything else. South Boston is a working-class, Irish-dominant
neighborhood which is a living spectacle of this tradition. Within Boston’s broad culture there exist of several
sub-cultures which gives the credit to the city’s diversity. Among the neighborhoods of Boston, there is often
ethnic or tied to a group of people or a way of life. “South Boston is Irish Catholics and working class, Roxbury
is Dominican and black, while the North End still retains its Italian heritage, the south end is bohemian and gay.
But the sub-cultures represent the many interests in Boston communities such as sports, arts and theater and
the very large student population.”
When it comes to sports, Boston tends to be very interested especially for their five major
professional sports teams such as baseball, football, basketball, hockey, and soccer. Each year Boston is voted
among the country’s best sports towns. But when it comes to arts and entertainment, Boston has a very rich
cultural life altogether and the love for music attracts many Bostonians year-round. They also have a museum
for practically every interest from fine arts, to science to even history. Besides the many museums Boston has,
the theater is another point of pride and interest as well. You can find anything from Broadway shows to off-off-
off Broadway performances in several theaters around town. When it comes to live music is another are where
it stands apart from all the other cities. They literally have hundreds of venues where you can see and hear
every kind of live band you can imagine around town.
“The Athens of America” is what Boston people all the city, because it has more than 100 colleges
and universities. “The student population makes up a large and vibrant portion during the school year.” During
the months of August/September Boston’s people expect the streets in every single neighborhood to be
packed with U-Hauls as the students are coming back to school.

Submitted by: T Tate


FEDERAL STYLE
OVERVIEW
1790-1830
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Figure 2.
Overview Submitted by: J Worthey
Style Name: Federal Country: United States of America Years Spanned: 1790-1830

Overview of Style Image(s) Notes Web Link

https://digitalbookshelf.aionline.edu/#/books/12602295
99/cfi/6/42!/4/294/10/2@0:0
Pastel, light, creamy dull colors accented with
Standard Color Palette white or a little rich color, Federal yellow and
blue

“Legacy Signature 36 Inch Acanthus And Flute


Pilaster.” Van Dykes Restorers,Image.
<www.vandykes.com/36-acanthus-flute-
Plaster, arches asymmetrical door and window pilaster/p/203416/.>
Typical elements used openings, decorative pilaster, embellished
moldings and chair railings <https://digitalbookshelf.aionline.edu/#/books/1260229
599/cfi/6/42!/4/294/10/2@0:0>

“Georgian Federal Home Style Window Color Finishes -


I Need One 12 over 12 to Complete My Kitchen
Remodel | The Franklin | Pinterest | Georgian, Federal
Typical Interior Materials Pine, maple and oak
and Federal Architecture.” Pinterest,Image.
www.pinterest.com/pin/277745501992880695/?lp=
true.
https://digitalbookshelf.aionline.edu/#/books/12602295
99/cfi/6/42!/4/294/10/2@0:0

“Grandeco Kensington Charcoal with Grey Demask.”


Most patterns were made of satin, refined Plush Wallpaper, Image.
damask and brocade, plain and antique <www.plushwallpaper.com/Grandeco-Kensington-
Typical Textiles
taffeta, batiste, moiré, voile, chintz (crisp Charcoal-with-Grey-Demask.>
cotton textures)
“Sky Blue and Golden Zari Work Brocade Silk Fabric by
the Yard.” Fabjpr, Image.
<www.shopolics.com/product/sky-blue-and-golden-
zari-work-brocade-silk-fabric-by-the-yard.>
Image Description Web Link

https://digitalbookshelf.aionline.edu/#/books/

Walls:
Plain with plaster 1260229599/cfi/6/42!/4/294/10/2@0:0

Colors: Body: White, cream, straw were Fedreral Style Architecture: Artsparx Home
fashionable, but orange, pea-green, red, Improvement Style Archive Architecture
Walls & typical colors slate met more conservative, traditional Period and Historic Homes,
tastes. <artsparx.com/federalstyle.asp.>
Trim: White, or sometimes the same color
as the body. “Painting Your Historic House, a Guide to
Colors and Color Schemes.” Historic Ipswich,
27 Apr. 2018, <historicipswich.org/colors/.>

https://digitalbookshelf.aionline.edu/#/books/
1260229599/cfi/6/42!/4/294/10/2@0:0

Design, Interior. “Crown Molding: A Beautiful,


At the ceiling: plain, plaster with cornice
Molding Timeless Detail.” Interior Design Explained, 5
molding
Nov. 2016,
<interiordesignexplained.com/crown-molding-
a-beautiful-timeless-detail.html.>

“Papier Peint Style Baroque EDEM 708-31


Beige Crème Doré Platine.” PROFhome Papier
Demask, Virginia Creeper pattern, Fine Peint En Ligne, www.profhome.fr/fr/papier-
stripes, garlands, bows, ribbons, oval peint-style-baroque-edem-708-31-beige-
Wallpaper shapes, classic Greek and Roman urns and creme-dore-platine/a-76/.
motifs, tiny florals; in America also the
pineapple (symbol of hospitality)

“Bertele Chair Rail.” Ask The Authors-


Chair railings were placed 32 – 36 inches Questions about The Federal Style,
www.federalstyle.com/Bertele/Bertele.html.
above the floor and purposed to protect
Railings the wall from chairs. Above the railing you
would typically find wallpaper and below
you would find paint.

Submitted by: J Worthey


Image Description Web Link

Windows: https://digitalbookshelf.aionline.edu/#/
books/1260229599/cfi/6/42!/4/294/10/
2@0:0

“Georgian Federal Home Style Window


Color Finishes - I Need One 12 over 12
Sash – Typical finishes were pine, to Complete My Kitchen Remodel | The
Window Styles
maple or oak and sometimes painted Franklin | Pinterest | Georgian, Federal
and Federal Architecture.” Pinterest,
www.pinterest.com/pin/27774550199
2880695/?lp=true.

Online, Old House. “5 Ideas for Historic


Curtains were typically made from Window Treatments.” Restoration &
velvet, demask or brocade fabrics. Design for the Vintage House | Old
They were typically floor or sill length House Online, 7 Jan. 2011,Image.
and deep rich colors or lace. <www.oldhouseonline.com/articles/5-
Drapery fabrics, colors, patterns ideas-for-historic-window-treatments.>
Some federal style windows had
shutters installed on the inside to help
combat the winter drafts.

“INTERIOR DESIGN.” IDesignArch


First floor windows, especially on the
Interior Design Architecture Interior
front of the home were designed Decorating EMagazine,Image.
Applied ornamentation with a fanlight window and <www.idesignarch.com/palatial-federal-
embellished arch immediately above style-mansion-in-houston/.>
the regular window.
Online, Old House. “5 Ideas for Historic
Window Treatments.” Restoration &
Drapery that was used on windows Design for the Vintage House | Old
Applied metals were typically held in place with House Online, 7 Jan. 2011,Image.
tassels and metal tie backs. <www.oldhouseonline.com/articles/5-
ideas-for-historic-window-treatments.>

Submitted by: J Worthey


Image Description Web Link

Furniture: “George Hepplewhite.” Jamestown


Settlement, Image.
<buffaloah.com/f/fstyles/fed/hepp/.
George Hepplewhite’s chair are >
Federal-style Hepplewhite Chair
characterized by a rounded shield
shape back. The legs are squarish
furniture was an with spade feet.
American
interpretation of “Sheraton Furniture: History, Style &
Neoclassical. Sheraton designed more than just Characteristics.” Study.com,
Study.com, Image.
chairs, but all his furniture had
Two craftsmen – similar, distinguishing features. The
<study.com/academy/lesson/sherat
on-furniture-history-style-
Sheraton Chair
George back were rectangular; the legs were
fluted and the feet simple. Back legs
characteristics.html.>

Hepplewhite & were often splayed.


Thomas Local woods were often used for “Baker Furniture Federal Style
Sheraton are furniture and cherry was a Sideboard.” At 1stdibs, Image.
<www.1stdibs.com/furniture/tables/
credited with common tree. Mahogany veneer side-tables/baker-furniture-federal-
was applied over the cherry and
defining this Materials was nicknamed “Poor Man’s
style-sideboard/id-f_11579453/.>
.
interpretation. Mahogany”. The most common
methods of decorating furniture
shifted to wood inlay patterns
and paint.
Furniture lines were cleaner, “Federal Style (1790 -1830).”
Dumbarton House, Image.
smoother and less ornate than
<dumbartonhouse.org/federal-
the previous Georgian period.
period-1790-1830.>
The furniture was lightweight in
General Characteristics
construction. The most common
methods of decorating furniture
shifted to wood inlay patterns
Submitted by: C Zeman and paint.
Image Description Web Link

Flooring: Owens, Mitchell, and William


Waldron. “Tour Bruce Shostak's
Federal-Style Home.” Architectural
Local wood was sourced to use as Digest, Architectural Digest, 15 Mar.
Federal-style flooring. In the Northeast, where the 2017, Image.
<www.architecturaldigest.com/galle
Material Federal Style was most popular,
flooring was hard pine wood was frequently used
ry/bruce-shostak-hudson-valley-new-
york-house-slideshow/all.>
typically wide as flooring. (Polson).

plank wood
floors. Owens, Mitchell, and William
Waldron. “Tour Bruce Shostak's
Federal-Style Home.” Architectural
Planks were wide [8”-24”] and laid Digest, Architectural Digest, 15 Mar.
end on end. Wide boards were 2017, Image.
Size
used because they required less <www.architecturaldigest.com/galle
joins and fasteners. (Polson). ry/bruce-shostak-hudson-valley-new-
york-house-slideshow/all.>

Polson, Ellen. “Authentic Wood


Complicated patterns were Flooring for Early Homes.”
unpopular; Americans were Restoration & Design for the Vintage
House | Old House Online, 6 Nov.
Patterns attracted to the Federalist style 2014, Image.
for its simplicity and to evoke <www.oldhouseonline.com/articles/
their agrarian roots. authentic-wood-flooring-early-
homes.>
“Federal Style (1790 -1830).”
Dumbarton House, Image.
<dumbartonhouse.org/federal-
Although tiles were not used,
period-1790-1830.>
hardwood floors were
Painted Floors
occasionally painted to mimic the
appearance of a tile pattern.

Submitted by: C Zeman


Image Description Web Link
Art & ”Facing the Past.” The Governors

Collectibles:
Portraiture was inspired by English
Mansion, Image.
type painting; somber colors and <https://governorsmansion.ky.gov/a
realistic images. Subject matter was rt/Pages/Facing-the-Past.aspx>
often prominent members of the
Portraiture household and government. Poses
Typical art and were unsmiling and typically full

collectibles of frontal positioning. Framing was


chest level and up; full body
the Federal Aaron Houghton Corwine,
Self-Portrait c. 1820
paintings were less common.

Period were Artists often chose to depict war “PAFA - Pennsylvania Academy of
the Fine Arts.” Pennsylvania
portraiture, urns scenes, representative of their pride
and accomplishments as a new
Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) | Art
Museum and School | Founded in
Natural environment; war
and busts. depictions
republic. Natural landscapes 1805,
produced by artists accompanying
Inspiration explorers to the Western Territories
<www.pafa.org/collection/penns-
treaty-indians.>
continued to be Treaty of Penn with Indians, 1772
were also popular subject matter.

derived from the Decorative urns commonly had


Greek and Roman motifs such as
“Pair of Antique Tiffany Classical
Federal Sterling Silver Covered
Neoclassical hanging fabric, flowers and Urns.” At 1stdibs,Image.
<www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-
Period, and many Urns
scrollwork. Urns were most often
displayed in pairs, echoing the
entertaining/sterling-silver/pair-of-
antique-tiffany-classical-federal-
themes were symmetry popular of the Federal sterling-silver-covered-urns/id-
Style. Silver-plating, bronze and f_11431433/.>
“American” takes wood were typical materials.
with decidedly “Lifesize Bronze Bust of George
Washington.” At 1stdibs,
European roots. The Greek and Roman neoclassical <www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorat
fascination continued to present ive-objects/sculptures/busts/lifesize-
itself in the use of busts as décor, bronze-bust-george-washington/id-
Busts f_11469703/.>
displayed on tabletops and mantels.
Materials commonly used include
bronze, brass, porcelain and marble.

Submitted by: C Zeman


Ceiling Details Image Description Web Link
Identify typical: “Federal Style Interior Paint Colors Design
Federal ceilings are typically cream or
• Colors In Depth Style Interior Paint Colors For
• Crown molding pastel colors such as pompadour blue, Federal Style Homes.” Dleng, Image.
• Applied ornamentation gold, powder green, and stark white. <dleng.info/federal-style-interior-paint-
colors/federal-style-interior-paint-colors-
details such as: federal-style-mansion-photos-interior-paint-
medallions, bosses, colors-for-federal-style-homes/.>
plaster designs
• Wood beams Coffers

Crown Molding tends to be the same “Phillips House (1821).” Historic New
England, Image.
color as the ceiling such as cream colors <www.historicnewengland.org/property/ph
to white. illips-house/.>

Ceilings were decorated with plastic- “Decorative Plaster Decor View Ceiling
Luxury Home.” Hit Counter Code, Image.
plaster molds. The ornamental plaster is <tasarim-site.com/plaster-ceiling-
made of gypsum and lime which is ornate/decorative-plaster-decor-view-
ceiling-luxury-home.html.>
stable and durable materials. The
plaster can be modeled, cast, incised,
colored, stamped and stenciled.

Wood beam coffers tend to be a brown Craven, Jackie. “Coffered Ceilings: An


Inside Look at Architecture.” ThoughtCo,
color, but typically they are painted a ThoughtCo, Image.
cream color. <www.thoughtco.com/coffered-ceilings-
inside-architecture-177658.>
Submitted by: T Tate
Image Description Work/Image Cited
Door Details
Identify typical: Front doors are typically center with “Federal Style Interior Paint Colors Federal House Style
• Interior features and Federal Architecture Federal Style House Brick Houses
elliptical transom window, columns and Patio Ideas House Exteriors Picture Books Interior Paint
sizes Colors For Federal Style Homes.” Image. Dlenginfo,
• Wood types, grains, entablature. Doorways can be with or <dleng.info/federal-style-interior-paint-colors/federal-
and colors without a covered entrance with columns. style-interior-paint-colors-federal-house-style-federal-
architecture-federal-style-house-brick-houses-patio-ideas-
• Frame molding and house-exteriors-picture-books-interior-paint-colors-for-
applied ornamentation federal-style-home>
• Design of sidelights if
used
• Design of transom if The area around the door could be given Ask The Authors-Questions about The Federal Style,
used Image.
more details by adding decorative work <www.federalstyle.com/AskTheAuthors/AskTheAuthorsD
oor.html.>
such as fluting, carved rosettes, husk
flower drops, and swags. Ornaments were
carved into the wood and painted

Ask The Authors-Questions about The Federal Style,


The hardware that is typical used for this
Image.
design style includes motifs, rope, bead, <www.federalstyle.com/AskTheAuthors/AskTheAuthorsD
oor.html.>
acanthus leaf and Grecian wreath. They
usually use bras for the metal.

Ask The Authors-Questions about The Federal Style,


Sidelight and the transom window are
Image.
basically the same thing. The transom is <www.federalstyle.com/AskTheAuthors/AskTheAuthorsD
oor.html.>
horizontal between the door and the
Submitted by: T Tate elliptical window.
Image Description Web Link
Lighting Details
Identify typical:
This wall sconces from the Federal style
• Color “American Bronze Wall Sconces by Lightolier.” At
• Style of design which was made from brass and the 1stdibs, Image.
• Lamp shades light bronze patina. Since it’s a wall <www.1stdibs.com/furniture/lighting/sconces-wall-
• Forms sconce, there is no need for a lamp lights/american-bronze-wall-sconces-lightolier/id-
f_1823392/.>
• Finished materials shade.

This chandelier is a federal style that’s


“Regency Style Six-Arm Bronze Swan Decorated
made up a six-arm bronze swans that’s Chandelier.” At 1stdibs, Image.
chained to a center ball with an ebony <www.1stdibs.com/furniture/lighting/chandeliers-
finish. pendant-lights/regency-style-six-arm-bronze-swan-
decorated-chandelier/id-f_5466593/.>

This table lamp is polished brass in a


“Stiffel Brass and Glass Table Lamps.” At 1stdibs,
Federal style. Ribbed column over a Image. <www.1stdibs.com/furniture/lighting/table-
square base with a glass detail. This lamps/stiffel-brass-glass-table-lamps/id-f_6116383/.>
table lamp is available with or without
the original shades, which is a silk
shade.

This pendant lighting is a federal style


“1920's Silver Plated Pendant Tube Light with Etched
that’s silver plate over brass, each
Glass.” At 1stdibs, Image.
pendant features a sever light cluster <www.1stdibs.com/furniture/lighting/chandeliers-
body, cast finials and stylized etched pendant-lights/1920s-silver-plated-pendant-tube-light-
Submitted by: T Tate swag pattern in a thick original glass.
etched-glass/id-f_3828882/.>
Works Cited
“Boston: Culture.” TripAdvisor, www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g60745 s202/Boston:Massachusetts:Culture.html.
“Boston, Massachusetts Population 2018.” Total Population by Country 2018, <worldpopulationreview.com/us-cities/boston-population/.>
Data, US Climate. “Temperature - Precipitation - Sunshine - Snowfall.” Map of San Diego - California - Longitude, Altitude - Sunset,
<www.usclimatedata.com/climate/boston/massachusetts/united-states/usma0046.>
“Federal Style Interior Design Guide - How To Decorate.” Ballarddesigns, 3 Feb. 2017,
<www.ballarddesigns.com/howtodecorate/2015/08/were- into-federal-style/.>
Hurlow, Matthew. “American Federal-Era Period Rooms.” The Met's Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History,
<www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/fede/hd_fede.htm.>

Polson, Ellen. “Authentic Wood Flooring for Early Homes.” Restoration & Design for the Vintage House | Old House Online, 6 Nov. 2014,
<www.oldhouseonline.com/articles/authentic-wood-flooring-early-homes.>
“Race and Ethnicity in Boston, Massachusetts (City).” Educational Attainment in the United States - Statistical Atlas,
<statisticalatlas.com/place/Massachusetts/Boston/Race-and-Ethnicity.>
“Understanding the American Federal Furniture Period.” The Spruce Crafts, <www.thesprucecrafts.com/american-federal-furniture-period-
149202.>

Images Cited
Figure 1. “Timeline and History of Boston Massachusetts 1630-1795.” Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum,
<www.bostonteapartyship.com/boston-history.>

Figure 2. Online, Old House. “Door Styles in Early America.” Restoration & Design for the Vintage House | Old House Online, 28 Apr. 2016,
<www.oldhouseonline.com/articles/door-styles-early-america.>
- RESEARCHING TRANSITIONAL HOUSING -
THE PRIMO CENTER

FOR
WOMEN
&
CHILDREN

FIGURE 1
The Primo Center for Women and Children is located in the West Garfield Park neighborhood of

Chicago, IL. There are three separate locations for Interim Housing throughout this neighborhood

and a fourth further south in the Wrightwood neighborhood. These areas Chicago are both very

depressed and blighted.

The primary goal of the organization is to provide housing and rehabilitation services for

homeless women with children in the Chicago area. They provide healthcare, including mental

health services focused on trauma. Early childhood services and violence prevention programs are FIGURE 2.

available at all locations as well. Unfortunately, these homes are located in distressed, violent

neighborhoods of Chicago so the local public schools have a lot of at-risk youth. Many of the

children and women living in these homes have a trauma-filled background. “In response, all of the

Primo Center’s services are trauma-informed, creating a unique therapeutic community that

provides a sage setting dedicated to helping families heal.” [“Mission”]. The PWCW provides 184

units of shelter and 90 units of permanent housing.


The units are decorated to be very cheerful and welcoming to children. The buildings

are typical turn-of-the-century multi-family structures. One of the locations, 1609 W Homan

[pictured below] is a 6-unit building. The building is divided horizontally; 3 units in the front and 3

units in the rear. The basement is likely used as shared storage and common laundry. Many

basements in the Chicago area which are below street level have issues from flooding [I know from

personally owning and managing 15+ of similar type buildings], so I would be very surprised if the

organization chose to finish the basement due to that risk. It would also be more economical to

have shared laundry machines and additional storage; there is not a ton of storage in units like this.

The living space is maximized rather than using space for storage.
FIGURE 3.

I contacted several people at the organization and have not heard back from anyone.

However, I really wanted to highlight this service as I believe it normalizes the experience for the

women and children more than other shelters in the area by providing them with an actual

apartment…not just a shared unit in the basement of a church. I think, with children especially,

housing women and children in that type of environment is risky and potentially exposes them to

abuse by the male homeless, many of whom are dealing with substance abuse and mental illness.
WORKS CITED
“Primo Center ‘About.’” The Primo Center for Women and Children | Welcome!, <www.primocenter.org/index.htm.>

Redfin. 1609 W Homan Ave. ,

< https://www.redfin.com/IL/Chicago/1609-S-Homan-Ave 60623/home/13232800.>

IMAGES CITED
Figure 1. “The Primo Center for Women and Children | About Us | Mission.” The Primo Center for Women and Children |

Welcome!, Image. <www.primocenter.org/mission.htm.>

Figure 2. “The Primo Center for Women and Children | About Us | Mission.” The Primo Center for Women and Children |

Welcome!, Image. <www.primocenter.org/mission.htm.>

Figure 3. Redfin. 1609 W Homan Ave. , Image.

<https://www.redfin.com/IL/Chicago/1609-S-Homan-Ave 60623/home/13232800.>
- CONCEPT STATEMENT -
CONCEPT STATEMENT

The design will give birth to a place of refuge for the inhabitants. The color
scheme will utilize blues to nurture an underlying sense of serenity. The reds and
greens will institute energy and balance, respectively. The ornate front door and
entry will welcome the visitors and residents into a modern-Federal Style
interpretation. Floor will be wide plank wood; walls will have chair rails and
moldings; furniture and fixtures will be historically minded and also sustainable.
The gathering hub will be the energetic focal point of the building, creating a
nurturing and supportive environment for the residents to socialize.
- COLOR PALETTE EXERCISE -
COLOR SCHEME INSPIRATION

Fuerteventura, Canary Islands FIGURE 1.

Country Road, Foothills. FIGURE 2.

“The Death of General Wolf” 1770. FIGURE 3.


COLOR PALETTE 1: HUMBLE ENCOURAGEMENT

This image is really unique with the analgous


union of the red and blue. The tans and grays
neutralize the strength of the red tone. It even
includes the lilac/gray ish colors in the analgous
combination. This is a fusion which would
establish an environment with a subtle, yet
palpable pulse. The muted saturations remain
true to the Federal Style aesthetic.

Fuerteventura, Canary Islands FIGURE 1.


COLOR PALETTE 2: ENERGETIC NATURE

This is a peaceful color scheme based on the


prevalent blue/green analagous color scheme
found in nature. The neutral blues and grays
serve as anchors with the bright greens adding
visual interest. These blues would encourage a
serene, reflective environment. The presence of
the green creates a sense of balance, which
would be essential and integral to the
emotional well-being of the children in the
home. The colors are evocative of the
historical basis of the Federal Style.

Country Road, Foothills. FIGURE 2.


COLOR PALETTE 3: EARTHY-MOODY

The colors of this palette are subdued


and calm. The hues evoke a natural,
earthy vibe and would create a grounding
effect when combined in an interior. I
believe this color palette would be
suitable for a residential living area in the
transitional home. It is a very dull
interpretation of a red/green analogous
combination. The hues portrayed in this
scene capture the very essence of the
Federal Style.

“The Death of General Wolf” 1770. FIGURE 3.


FEDERAL STYLE COLOR SCHEMES FOR THE TRANSITIONAL HOME

COOL WARM

The cool grouping was sourced from The warm group would be the perfect
color palette 2. The bright colors will introduction to the building –
encourage a sense of possibility, particularly the entry and gathering
positivity and balance. It would be space. The individual apartment living
most suitable for children’s areas and areas would also be designed around
kitchen spaces. I would use the lightest this scheme. The color combination
tone for walls/molding and the pale weaves a cocooning effect and
blue on the ceilings. develops that intangible sense of
“home.”
IMAGES CITED

Figure 1. “8 Best Landscapes of Fuerteventura.” Spanishandsurf.net, Image. <www.spanishandsurf.net/blog/8-best-landscapes-of-fuerteventura/.>

Figure 2. “Roadmap to Landscapes Finance.” Landscape News, Image. <news.globallandscapesforum.org/roadmap-to-landscapes-finance/.>

Figure 3. “Benjamin West, The Death of General Wolfe.” Khan Academy, Khan Academy, Image. <www.khanacademy.org/humanities/art-
americas/british-colonies/colonial-period/a/benjamin-wests-the-death-of-general-wolfe.>
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FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: A

ROOM: GATHERING SPACE

MANUFACTURER: CHAIRISH - VINTAGE

ITEM/NAME: SOFA

ITEM #: NA

MATERIAL: FABRIC, MAHOGANY

COLOR: SILVER

PRICE PER UNIT: 495.00

UNITS NEEDED: 1

TOTAL COST: 495.00

DESCRIPTION: Overall: 85ʺW × 32ʺD × 33.5ʺH, Seat Height 20.0 inches


• SHIPPING/DELIVERY – 299.00

REMARKS:

“Hickory Chair Co. Sheridan Federal Style Sofa.” Chairish, www.chairish.com/product/1002122/hickory-chair-co-


sheridan-federal-style-sofa.
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: T

ROOM: GATHERING SPACE

MANUFACTURER: CHAIRISH - VINTAGE

ITEM/NAME: SOFA

ITEM #: NA

MATERIAL: FABRIC, MAHOGANY

COLOR: SILVER

PRICE PER UNIT: 395.00

UNITS NEEDED: 1

TOTAL COST: 395.00

DESCRIPTION: Overall: 52ʺW × 22ʺD × 33ʺH

• SHIPPING/DELIVERY – 299.00

REMARKS:

“Vintage Mid-Century Carved Mahogany Setee.” Chairish, www.chairish.com/product/1115214/vintage-mid-


century-carved-mahogany-setee.
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: B

ROOM: GATHERING SPACE

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: LIVINGSTON END TABLE

ITEM #: N#84-5475426

MATERIAL: WOOD

COLOR: GRAY WASH

PRICE PER UNIT: 499.00

UNITS NEEDED: 3

TOTAL COST: 1497.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 22" square, 25" high


REMARKS:

“LIVINGSTON END TABLE.” Pottery Barn, <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/livingston-side-


table/?cm_src=rel.>
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: E

ROOM: GATHERING SPACE

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: LIVINGSTON COFFEE TABLE

ITEM #: #84-5475376

MATERIAL: WOOD

COLOR: GRAY WASH

PRICE PER UNIT: 999.00

UNITS NEEDED: 1

TOTAL COST: 999.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 26" wide x 50" long x 18.5" high


REMARKS:
LIVINGSTON COFFEE TABLE.” Pottery Barn, <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/livingston-coffee-
table/?cm_src=rel>
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: H

ROOM: GATHERING SPACE

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: LORRAINE EXTENDING


DINING TABLE

ITEM #: #84-6344242

MATERIAL: WOOD

COLOR: HEWN OAK

PRICE PER UNIT: 2499.00

UNITS NEEDED: 1

TOTAL COST: 2499.00

• DESCRIPTION: Extended Overall: 120" long x 42" wide x 30" high


EXTENDED – SEATS 12

REMARKS:
“LORRAINE EXTENDING DINING TABLE.”Pottery Barn, <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/lorraine-
rectangular-extending-wood-dining-table-rustic-brown/?pkey=cdining-tables&isx=0.0.1947>
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DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: G KEY: D

ROOM: APARTMENT – 2BD/1BTH ROOM: GATHERING SPACE

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: CLINE BISTRO DINING CHAIR ITEM/NAME: PB CLASSIC DINING CHAIR

ITEM #: #84-6344242 CUSHION

ITEM #: #84-1844724

MATERIAL: WOOD
MATERIAL: WOOD
COLOR: CHARCOAL
COLOR: NAVY PAINT
PRICE PER UNIT: 119.00
PRICE PER UNIT: 199.00
UNITS NEEDED: 12
UNITS NEEDED: 12
TOTAL COST: 1428.00
TOTAL COST: 2388.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 17" wide x 20.5" deep x 36" high • DESCRIPTION: Overall: 20.5" wide x 20" deep x 37" high

REMARKS: REMARKS:

“CLINE BISTRO DINING CHAIR.”Pottery Barn, < https://www.potterybarn.com/products/cline-dining- “PB CLASSIC DINING CHAIR CUSHION.” Pottery Barn, <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/pb-classic-chair-

chair/?cm_src=apt-dining-tables > cushion/?cm_src=PRODUCTSEARCH>


FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: K

ROOM: GATHERING SPACE

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: KARINA FLORAL


EMBROIDERED PILLOW

ITEM #: #84-3208012

MATERIAL: 100% COTTON

COLOR: FLORAL

PRICE PER UNIT: 60.00

UNITS NEEDED: 6

TOTAL COST: 360.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 20" high x 30" wide

REMARKS:

“KARINA FLORAL EMBROIDERED PILLOW.” Pottery Barn, <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/karina-floral-


embroidered-pillow-cover/?cm_src=mix-match-pillows-secret >
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: N

ROOM: APARTMENTS

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: BUCHANAN SQUARE ARM


UPHOLSTERED SOFA WITH REVERSIBLE
CHAISE SECTIONAL

ITEM #: N#84-1585504

MATERIAL: PERFORMANCE TWILL

COLOR: CADET NAVY

PRICE PER UNIT: 1999.00

UNITS NEEDED: 4

TOTAL COST: 7996.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 83.5" wide x 68" deep x 37" high


*PRICE INCLUDES UPHOLSTERY*

REMARKS:
“BUCHANAN SQUARE ARM UPHOLSTERED SOFA WITH REVERSIBLE CHAISE SECTIONAL.” POTTERY BARN.
<https://www.potterybarn.com/products/buchanan-upholstered-square-arm-sofa-with-reversible-
chaise/?cm_src=rel>
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: M

ROOM: APARTMENTS

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: BUCHANAN SQUARE ARM


UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR

ITEM #: N#84-1585504

MATERIAL: PERFORMANCE HEATHERED


TWEED – 100% POLYESTER

COLOR: PEBBLE

PRICE PER UNIT: 1199.00

UNITS NEEDED: 4

TOTAL COST: 4796.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 36" wide x 39" deep x 37" high



*PRICE INCLUDES UPHOLSTERY*

REMARKS:
“BUCHANAN SQUARE ARM UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR

.” https://www.potterybarn.com/products/buchanan-square-arm-armchair/?cm_src=AutoRel2
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: O

ROOM: APARTMENTS

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: BENCHWRIGHT SQUARE END


TABLE

ITEM #: N#84-18268393

MATERIAL:WOOD

COLOR: RUSTIC MAHOGANY

PRICE PER UNIT: 629.00

UNITS NEEDED: 4

TOTAL COST: 2516.00

• DESCRIPTION: Ov Overall: 24" square, 24" high

REMARKS:
“BENCHWRIGHT SQUARE END TABLE.” POTTERY BARN. < https://www.potterybarn.com/products/benchwright-
square-side-table/?pkey=cend-tables&isx=0.0.0 >
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: C

ROOM: APARTMENT – 2BD/1BTH

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: NAPOLEON DINING CHAIR

ITEM #: #84-4728689

MATERIAL: WOOD

COLOR: NAVY PAINT

PRICE PER UNIT: 199.00

UNITS NEEDED: 8

TOTAL COST: 1592.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 20.5" wide x 20" deep x 37" high


REMARKS:

“NAPOLEON DINING CHAIR.” Pottery Barn, <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/napoleon-


chair/?cm_src=dining-chairs>
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: F

ROOM: APARTMENT – 2BD/1BTH

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: WESTPORT PEDESTAL TABLE

ITEM #: #84-6344242

MATERIAL: WOOD

COLOR: ESTATE BROWN

PRICE PER UNIT: 499.00

UNITS NEEDED: 1

TOTAL COST: 499.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 39" diameter, 30" high


REMARKS:
“WESTPORT PEDESTAL TABLE .”Pottery Barn, <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/westport-ped-dining-table-
estate-brown/?cm_src=apt-dining-tables >
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: P

ROOM: APARTMENTS

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: TACOMA STORAGE BED SET

ITEM #: N#84-18268393

MATERIAL:WOOD

COLOR: ASH GRAY

PRICE PER UNIT: 1199.00

UNITS NEEDED: 6

TOTAL COST: 7194.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 69" wide x 84.5" long x 48" high


• QUEEN

REMARKS:
“TACOMA STORAGE BED SET.” POTTERY BARN. <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/tacoma-storage-bed-
set/?pkey=cstorage-beds&isx=0.0.3858>
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: Q

ROOM: APARTMENTS

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: CHLOE NIGHTSTAND

ITEM #: N#84-1826372

MATERIAL:WOOD

COLOR: ASH GRAY

PRICE PER UNIT: 299.00

UNITS NEEDED: 6

TOTAL COST: 1794.00

• DESCRIPTION: Table: 24" wide x 18" deep x 28" high

REMARKS:
“CHLOE NIGHTSTAND.” POTTERY BARN. <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/tacoma-storage-bed-
set/?pkey=cstorage-beds&isx=0.0.3858>
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: R

ROOM: APARTMENTS

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: BROOKLYN DRESSER

ITEM #: N#84-3388423

MATERIAL:WOOD

COLOR: ASH GRAY

PRICE PER UNIT: 399.00

UNITS NEEDED: 6

TOTAL COST: 2394.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 32" wide x 17" deep x 31" high


REMARKS:
“BROOKLYN DRESSER.” POTTERY BARN. <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/brooklyn-
dresser/?pkey=cdressers&isx=0.0.1944>
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: J
KEY: I
ROOM: ALL WINDOWS THROUGHOUT
ROOM: ALL WINDOWS THROUGHOUT
MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN
MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: VALANCE
ITEM/NAME: CYNTHIA PALAMPORE
DRAPE ITEM #: N/A

ITEM #: #84-528455 • MATERIAL: Woven of 55% linen, 45%


cotton.
• MATERIAL: Woven of 55% linen, 45%
cotton. COLOR: IVORY
• Lined with 100% cotton
PRICE PER UNIT: 30.00
COLOR: IVORY
UNITS NEEDED: 19
PRICE PER UNIT: 109.00
TOTAL COST: 570.00
UNITS NEEDED: 19

TOTAL COST: 2071.00

• DESCRIPTION: 1 PANEL – 50”X96” • DESCRIPTION: CUSTOM MADE VALANCES THROUGHOUT

REMARKS: REMARKS:

“CYNTHIA PALAMPORE DRAPE.”Pottery Barn, <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/cynthia-palampore-pole-


pocket-drape/?cm_src=patterned-drapes-curtains>
FURNITURE SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: L

ROOM: APARTMENTS

MANUFACTURER: POTTERY BARN

ITEM/NAME: MELODIE EMBROIDERED


PILLOW

ITEM #: #84-3208012

MATERIAL: 43% viscose, 33% cotton and


24% polyester.

COLOR: TAUPE

PRICE PER UNIT: 60.00

UNITS NEEDED: 12

TOTAL COST: 720.00

• DESCRIPTION: Overall: 22" square


REMARKS:

“MELODIE EMBROIDERED PILLOW.” Pottery Barn, <https://www.potterybarn.com/products/melodie-


embroidered-pillow-cover/?isx=0.0.901>
FINISH SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: F1

ROOM: EVERYWHERE EXCEPT ENTRY, KITCHENETTE &


BATHROOMS

MANUFACTURER: CARLISLE FLOORS

ITEM/NAME: BARNHOUSE COLLECTION

ITEM #: N/A

MATERIAL: WHITE OAK


FINISH: BALED HAY

PRICE PER UNIT: $5/SQ FT

UNITS NEEDED: 3930 SQFT

TOTAL COST: $19,650.00

DESCRIPTION: 6”W X 18”L --- LABOR/INSTALLATION ADDITIONAL $4/SQFT = $15,720.00


MADE IN USA/ NO CLEAR-CUTTING
NO MEASURABLE VOC’S
NOT TREATED WITH UREA FORMALDEHYDE
MAY CONTRIBUTE TOWARDS LEED CREDITS

REMARKS:

“Baled Hay.” Carlisle Wide Plank Floors,


www.wideplankflooring.com/product/collections/farmhouse/baled-hay/.
FINISH SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: F2

ROOM: ENTRY, KITCHENETTE & BATHROOMS

MANUFACTURER: THE TILE SHOP

ITEM/NAME: ENCAUSTIC CEMENT FLOOR TILE

ITEM #: 680212

MATERIAL: ENCAUSTIC CEMENT TILE


FINISH: CHEVERNEY BLANC MATTE
SIZE: 8”x8”

PRICE PER UNIT: $12/SQ FT = $64.80/BOX

UNITS NEEDED: 154 BOXES

TOTAL COST: $9,972.20

DESCRIPTION: COVERAGE 5.4 SQ FT PER BOX = 154 BOXES FOR 831 SQFT.
INSTALLATION $15/SQFT *831SQFT = $12,465.00

REMARKS:

“Home.” The Tile Shop - High Quality Floor & Wall Tile,
www.tileshop.com/product/cheverny+blanc+encaustic+cement+wall+and+floor+tile+-
+8+x+8+in.do?sortby=ourPicksAscend&from=fn.
FINISH SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: F3

ROOM: DINING ROOM WEST WALL; GATHERING SPACE


NORTH WALL & EAST WALL

MANUFACTURER: FARROW & BALL

ITEM/NAME: DAMASK BROCADE WALLPAPER

ITEM #: BP 3209

MATERIAL: ENCAUSTIC CEMENT TILE


FINISH: Lotus 3209 in White Tie No.2002 and Berrington
Blue No.14

PRICE PER UNIT: $250/ROLL

UNITS NEEDED: 11 ROLLS

TOTAL COST: $2750.00

DESCRIPTION: Full roll width is 53cm/21", roll length is 10m, pattern repeat is 24.1cm/9 1/2".
INSTALLATION: ~ $5/SQFT + SUPPLIES
ZERO VOC’S
REMARKS:

Expedite, BT. “BROCADE BP 3209.” Brocade | | Farrow & Ball, us.farrow-ball.com/brocade-bp-


3209/brocade/farrow-ball/fcp-product/203209.
FINISH SPECIFICATION SHEET

CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: F4

ROOM: GATHERING SPACE – OTHER WALLS

MANUFACTURER: BENJAMIN MOORE

ITEM/NAME: HISTORICAL COLOR COLLECTION

ITEM #: HC-144

MATERIAL: N/A
COLOR: PALLADIAN BLUE
FINISH: Natura Interior Paint- Semi-Gloss [514]

PRICE PER UNIT: $38/gallon

UNITS NEEDED: 27 gallons

TOTAL COST: $1026.00

DESCRIPTION: PAINT ON WALLS ABOVE & BELOW CHAIRRAILS


CERTIFIED ASTHMA & ALLERGY FRIENDLY
ZERO VOC
ZERO EMISSIONS

REMARKS:

“Palladian Blue.” Benjamin Moore Paints & Exterior Stains | Benjamin Moore,
www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/color-overview/find-your-color/color/hc-144/palladian-
blue?source=%2Fen-us%2Fcolor-overview%2Ffind-your-color%2Fcolor-
collections%2Fhc%2Fhistorical-colors&color=HC-144.
FINISH SPECIFICATION SHEET

CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOMES

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: F5

ROOM: APARTMENT WALLS

MANUFACTURER: BENJAMIN MOORE

ITEM/NAME: AURA COLOR COLLECTION

ITEM #: CSP-305

MATERIAL: N/A
COLOR: CRISP LINEN
FINISH: NATURA INTERIOR PAINT SEMI GLOSS [514]

PRICE PER UNIT: $38/gallon

UNITS NEEDED: 45 GALLONS

TOTAL COST: 1716.00

DESCRIPTION: ~2267 SQFT OF WALLS TO COVER


CERTIFIED ASTHMA & ALLERGY FRIENDLY
ZERO VOC
ZERO EMISSIONS – LEED v4 LOW-EMITTING MATERIALS CREDIT

REMARKS:

“Crisp Linen.” Benjamin Moore Paints & Exterior Stains | Benjamin Moore, www.benjaminmoore.com/en-
us/color-overview/find-your-color/color/csp-305/crisp-linen?color=CSP-305&source=%2Fen-
us%2Fcolor-overview%2Ffind-your-color%2Fcolor-collections%2Fhc%.
FINISH SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: F6

ROOM: KIDS BEDROOMS

MANUFACTURER: BURKE DECOR

ITEM/NAME: DOTS ON DOTS WALLPAPER

ITEM #: MH1573

MATERIAL: NON-WOVEN PAPER


FINISH: SOFT NEUTRALS & IVORY

PRICE PER UNIT: $35/ROLL

UNITS NEEDED: 6 ROLLS

TOTAL COST: $210.00

DESCRIPTION: 1 roll covers ~56 sqft; 284 sqft to be covered


INSTALLATION: ~ $5/SQFT + SUPPLIES
Eco Decor (Low VOC, No ozone depletion, No cadmium or mercury, smokeless water-based inks, managed renewable
resources).

REMARKS:

“Dots On Dots Wallpaper in Soft Neutrals and Ivory from the Magnolia Ho.” Burke Decor Features Designer
Home Furnishings and Modern Home Decor, www.burkedecor.com/collections/eco-friendly-
wallpaper/products/dots-on-dots-wallpaper-in-soft-neutrals-and-ivory-from-the-magnolia-home-
collection-by-joanna-gaines.
FINISH SPECIFICATION SHEET

CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: F7

ROOM: APARTMENT BATHROOM WALL

MANUFACTURER: TILE BAR

ITEM/NAME: BIG BRICK MARBLE TILE

ITEM #: N/A

MATERIAL: MARBLE
COLOR: CREMA MARFIL
FINISH: POLISHED
SIZE: .75”x4”

PRICE PER UNIT: $17.95/sheet

UNITS NEEDED: 429 [overage added]

TOTAL COST: $7700.55

DESCRIPTION: WALL USE - ~390 SQFT

REMARKS:

“Crema Marfil 3/4 X 4 Big Brick Marble Tile.” Crema Marfil Big Brick Marble Tile | TileBar.com,
<tilebar.com/crema-marfil-3-4-x-4-big-brick-marble-tile.html.>
LAMP SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: L1

ROOM: DINING TABLE CHANDELIER

MANUFACTURER: ELK LIGHTING

ITEM/NAME: GEORGIAN COURT CHANDELIER

ITEM #: ELK658888

FINISH: ANTIQUE BRONZE

SHADE COLOR: AMBER

TOTAL WATTAGE: 516WATTS

LAMP SOURCE: INCANDESCENT

PRICE PER UNIT: 3340.00

UNITS NEEDED: 1

TOTAL COST: 3340.00

• DESCRIPTION: Bulb: 12 x A19/Medium (E26)/43W/120V Incandescent


Size: 99"L x 48"W x 62"H Dimmer: Incandescent

• REMARKS:

“Georgian Court Chandelier by Elk Lighting | 2434/12.” Lightology,


www.lightology.com/index.php?module=prod_detail&prod_id=658888.
LAMP SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: L2

ROOM: HALLWAY SCONCES

MANUFACTURER: TROY LIGHTING

ITEM/NAME: GRAYSON WALL LIGHT

ITEM #: TRY606676

FINISH: TEXTURED BRONZE

TOTAL WATTAGE: 120 WATTS

LAMP SOURCE: INCANDESCENT

PRICE PER UNIT: 238.00

UNITS NEEDED: 8

TOTAL COST: 1904.00

DESCRIPTION: Bulb: 2 x B10/Candelabra (E12)/60W/120V Incandescent


Size: 9.25"W x 17"H x 5.25"D Dimmer: Incandescent

• REMARKS:

“Grayson Wall Light by Troy Lighting | B6252.” Lightology,


www.lightology.com/index.php?module=prod_detail&prod_id=606676&cat_id=24.
LAMP SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ
PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: L3

ROOM: APARTMENT WALL SCONCES

MANUFACTURER: GOLDEN LIGHTING

ITEM/NAME: BRADLEY WALL LIGHT

ITEM #: GLD489849

FINISH: CORDOBAN BRONZE

SHADE COLOR: AMBER

TOTAL WATTAGE: 60 WATTS

LAMP SOURCE: INCANDESCENT

PRICE PER UNIT:75.00

UNITS NEEDED: 12

TOTAL COST: 900.00

DESCRIPTION: Bulb: 2 x B10/Candelabra (E12)/60W/120V Incandescent

Size: 4.75"W x 9.13"H x 4"DDimmer: Incandescent Labels: UL ADA Damp


Location

• REMARKS:

“Bradley Wall Light by Golden Lighting | 5907-1W CDB.” Lightology,


www.lightology.com/index.php?module=prod_detail&prod_id=489849&cat_id=24.
LAMP SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: L4

ROOM: GATHERING SPACE PENDANT &


APARTMENT LIVING ROOMS

MANUFACTURER: KICHLER

ITEM/NAME: ALDERGATE CONVERTIBLE


CHANDELIER

ITEM #: KHR613384

FINISH: BLACK

TOTAL WATTAGE: 159 WATTS

LAMP SOURCE: INCANDESCENT

PRICE PER UNIT: 386.00

UNITS NEEDED: 5

TOTAL COST: 1930.00

DESCRIPTION: Bulb: 3 x A19/Medium (E26)/53W/120V Incandescent


Size: 9.25"W x 17"H x 5.25"D Dimmer: Incandescent

• REMARKS:

“Aldergate Convertible Chandelier by Kichler | 44075BK.” Lightology,


www.lightology.com/index.php?module=prod_detail&prod_id=613384&cat_id=442.
LAMP SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: L5

ROOM: RECESSED LIGHTING THROUGHOUT

MANUFACTURER: PUREEDGE LIGHTING

ITEM/NAME: AURORA DUAL HEAD LED ROUND 3.3


INCH INVISIBLE TRIM/HOUSING

ITEM #: EDG355870

FINISH:WHITE TRIM/HAZE DOME

TOTAL WATTAGE: 18 WATTS

LAMP SOURCE: LED

PRICE PER UNIT: 405.00

UNITS NEEDED: 5

TOTAL COST: 1930.00

DESCRIPTION: Bulb: 2 x LED/9W/120V Incandescent


Size 14.75"L x 12.1”W x 5.75"H Dimmer: LOW VOLTAGE ELECTRONIC CEILING TYPE: DRYWALL WITH TRIM

• REMARKS:

“Aurora Dual Head LED Round 3.3 Inch Invisible Trim/Housing by PureEdge Lighting, AL7D-ADRE3.” Lightology,
www.lightology.com/index.php?module+prod_id+3558708&cat_id=110.
LAMP SPECIFICATION SHEET
CZ PROJECT: THE MADONNA HOME

DESIGNER: CAT ZEMAN

KEY: L6

ROOM: KITCHENETTE PENDANT

MANUFACTURER: LIGHTOLOGY COLLECTION

ITEM/NAME: CAOS DOUBLE SEMI FLUSH CEILING


LIGHT

ITEM #: SFZ395989

FINISH:BLACK

TOTAL WATTAGE: 8.6WATTS

LAMP SOURCE: LED


LAMP COLOR: 3000K

PRICE PER UNIT: 460.40

UNITS NEEDED: 1

TOTAL COST: 460.40

DESCRIPTION: Bulb: 2 x LED/4.3W/120V Incandescent


Size 25”W x 21.75"H Dimmer: NOT DIMMABLE

• REMARKS:

“Caos Double Semi Flush Ceiling Light by Lightology Collection | LC-1714.22 LED.” Lightology,
www.lightology.com/index.php?module=prod_detail&prod_id=395989&cat_id=442.
- CODE STUDY -
ADA ACCESSIBILITY
- HISTORIC BUILDINGS -

Historic Buildings (2011 OBC 3411.9)

Historic Buildings are defined as: “Buildings that are listed in, or eligible for listing in, the National Registry of Historic Places,
or designated as historic under appropriate state or local law”.

Alterations and additions to historic buildings shall be required to meet the criteria discussed above, as appropriate, unless
technically infeasible. Then the provisions listed in the technical infeasibility section above shall be followed.
However, when compliance with the requirements for accessible routes, ramps, entrances, or toilet facilities threaten or
destroy the historic significance of the building or facility, the following may be required as an alternative:

1. 3411.9.1 - Provide an accessible route from a site arrival point to an accessible entrance
2. 3411.9.2 - Public spaces on the accessible entrance level shall be on an accessible route
3. 3411.9.3 - A main entrance shall be accessible or as an alternative, an accessible unlocked non-public entrance or a
locked secondary entrance if a notification system with remote monitoring is provided. Signage complying with 1111
shall be provided at the primary entrance and accessible entrance
4. 3411.9.4 - Provide one accessible toilet
2015 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE

CHAPTER 12: HISTORIC BUILDINGS


2015 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE

CHAPTER 12: HISTORIC BUILDINGS


- FIRE SAFETY -
2015 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE

CHAPTER 12: HISTORIC BUILDINGS


- ALTERATIONS -
OCCUPANCY LOAD

1st floor total square feet: 4600


Occupancy Type A-3: Assembly without fixed seats - Unconcentrated: 1675 sqft
1675 sqft / 15 Net = OL 112
Occupancy Type B: Office: 585 sqft
585 sqft / 100 Gross = OL 5
Occupancy Type R: Residential: 1292 sqft
1292 sqft / 200 Gross = OL 6

TOTAL OL: 123

REQUIRED NUMBER OF EGRESS: 2:


Required Means of Egress [IBC §1007.1 (2003), §1003.2.13 (2000)] The IBC requires at least two means of egress from all
spaces and buildings with few exceptions.
2015 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE

CHAPTER 4: FIXTURES, FAUCETS AND FIXTURE FITTINGS

Fixture requirements dictated by most restrictive category. Of these 3 uses, BUSINESS GROUP B is the most restrictive.
Occupancy load is ~123 people max.

CODE REQUIRES:
Male: 3 water closets, 2 lavatories
Female: 3 water closets, 2 lavatories
A1
SHEET:
ADA CODE 4:
30"x48" CLEAR FLOOR SPACE AROUND LAVATORY

LA MADONNA HOME
ADA CODE 3:
TOILET MOUNTED 18" FROM WALL

SCHEMATIC FLOOR PLAN I


VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

WITH CODES NOTES


1 bd/1 bath KITCHENETTE GATHERING SPACE

VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007
ADA apt

BOSTON, MA
1 bd/1 bath apt

ADA CODE 5:
60" TURNING RADIUS
VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

10'-0"
C.H.

STORAGE
BEDROOM
BUILDING CODE 2: BUILDING CODE 5:
2 FORMS OF EGRESS ENTRY
AT LEAST ONE ACCESSIBLE ENTRY

BUILDING CODE 3: UP
RAILINGS EXTEND 12" PAST LAST STAIR

VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007
VITREOUS CHINA C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

BUILDING CODE 4:
RAILINGS 1.5" FROM WALL 2 bd/1 bath 2 bd/1 bath apt
ADA apt
BEDROOM DIRECTOR'S OFFICE
BUILDING CODE 5:
RAILINGS 1.5" DIAMETER BEDROOM
BEDROOM

ADA CODE 2: ADA CODE 1:


PUSH SIDE 12" CLEARANCE; PULL SIDE 18" CLEARANCE ALL DOORS MINIMUM 36"W

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10.8.18
1 FIRST FLOOR - SCHEMATIC PLAN I
A1 SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

DRAWN BY:
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DATE:
WORKS CITED

“Beyond Accessibility to Universal Design .” WBDG | WBDG Whole Building Design Guide, <www.wbdg.org/design-objectives/accessible/beyond-
accessibility-universal-design.>

“CHAPTER 4 FIXTURES, FAUCETS AND FIXTURE FITTINGS | 2015 International Plumbing Code | ICC PublicACCESS.” CHAPTER 3 USE AND
OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION | 2015 International Building Code | ICC PublicACCESS,
<codes.iccsafe.org/public/document/code/550/9793343.>

“CHAPTER 10 MEANS OF EGRESS | 2015 International Building Code | ICC PublicACCESS.” CHAPTER 3 USE AND OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION |
2015 International Building Code | ICC PublicACCESS, <codes.iccsafe.org/public/document/IBC2015/chapter-10-means-of-egress.>

“CHAPTER 12 HISTORIC BUILDINGS | 2015 International Existing Building Code | ICC PublicACCESS.” CHAPTER 3 USE AND OCCUPANCY
CLASSIFICATION | 2015 International Building Code | ICC PublicACCESS, <codes.iccsafe.org/public/document/IEBC2015/chapter-12-
historic-buildings.>
- PERSPECTIVE ILLUSTRATIONS -
APARTMENT PERSPECTIVE
GATHERING SPACE
PERSPECTIVE
- PROCESS DRAWINGS -
BUBBLE DIAGRAM I
BUBBLE DIAGRAM II
BUBBLE DIAGRAM III
A1
SHEET:

LA MADONNA HOME

SCHEMATIC FLOOR PLAN I


BOSTON, MA
VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007
1 bd/1 bath KITCHENETTE GATHERING SPACE

VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007
ADA apt

1 bd/1 bath apt

VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

10'-0"
C.H.

STORAGE
BEDROOM
ENTRY

UP

VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007
VITREOUS CHINA C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

2 bd/1 bath 2 bd/1 bath apt


ADA apt
BEDROOM DIRECTOR'S OFFICE

BEDROOM
BEDROOM

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CAT ZEMAN
10.8.18
1 FIRST FLOOR - SCHEMATIC PLAN I
A1 SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

DRAWN BY:
CLASS:
DATE:
2
A1
SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"
1 bd/1 bath ADA apt

VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007
2 bd/1 bath apt

UP

VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

FIRST FLOOR - SCHEMATIC PLAN II


VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

C.H.
10'-0"

ADA apt
KITCHENETTE

2 bd/1 bath
VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007
GATHERING SPACE

1 bd/1 bath apt


ENTRY
DIRECTOR'S OFFICE

BUILT-IN WALL?

CLASS: INTA302 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN II SHEET:


DATE: 10.8.18

DRAWN BY: CAT ZEMAN


LA MADONNA HOME BOSTON, MA A1
ART INSTITUTE OF PITTSBURGH ONLINE DIVISION

SCHEMATIC FLOOR PLAN II


FLOOR TREATMENT I
FLOOR TREATMENT II
FLOOR TREATMENT III
CEILING TREATMENT I
CEILING TREATMENT II
CEILING TREATMENT III
RENDERING OF
CEILING II
&
FLOOR II
TREATMENTS
STORAGE

1
A2
SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"
III

BUILT-IN LOCATIONS
30"
FRIDGE
KITCHENETTE

II
GATHERING SPACE
I

ENTRY

THUMBNAIL SKETCH I
CLASS: INTA302 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN II
CUSTOM BUILT-IN WALL
SHEET:
DATE: 10.23.18

DRAWN BY: CAT ZEMAN


LA MADONNA HOME BOSTON, MA A1
ART INSTITUTE OF PITTSBURGH ONLINE DIVISION
STORAGE

1
A2
SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"
III

BUILT-IN LOCATIONS
30"
FRIDGE
KITCHENETTE

II
GATHERING SPACE
I

ENTRY

THUMBNAIL SKETCH II
CUSTOM BUILT-IN WALL CLASS: INTA302 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN II SHEET:
DATE: 10.23.18

DRAWN BY: CAT ZEMAN


LA MADONNA HOME BOSTON, MA A1
ART INSTITUTE OF PITTSBURGH ONLINE DIVISION
STORAGE

1
A2
SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"
III

BUILT-IN LOCATIONS
30"
FRIDGE
KITCHENETTE

II
GATHERING SPACE
I

ENTRY

THUMBNAIL SKETCH III


CUSTOM BUILT-IN WALL CLASS: INTA302 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN II SHEET:
DATE: 10.23.18

DRAWN BY: CAT ZEMAN


LA MADONNA HOME BOSTON, MA A1
ART INSTITUTE OF PITTSBURGH ONLINE DIVISION
A2
SHEET:

LA MADONNA HOME
16'-0"
CUSTOM BUILT-IN WALL
3" 15'-5" 3"

2"
4" 3'-0" 4" 4" 4" 3'-0" 4" 4" 3'-0" 4" 4" 3'-0" 4" 4"
CROWN MOLDING AS SPECIFIED

2"

BOSTON, MA
2'-0"
10"

10"
1'-4"

5" 10"

5" 10"
SKETCH III

STAINED PINE

1'-1"

1"
ANTIQUED MIRROR INSET ON
DOOR & BACK WALL OF BOOKCASE

5'-0"

1'-0"

5'-4"
1"
4'-0"
10'-0"

1'-0"

1"
BLACK MARBLE SHELVES

1"

1'-0"

1"
3"
1"
BRASS HANDLES [ADA COMPLIANT]

1"

1'-4"
1'-4"
3'-0"

2'-4"

3"

1'-4"
1" 5"
4"

4"
5" 5" 5" 5" 8" 5" 5"
1'-0" 3" 1'-2" 3" 1'-6" 3" 1'-2" 3" 8" 3" 1'-2" 3" 1" 1'-10" 8"
1" 1"
1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1"
1" 1" 1" 1" 1"

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DRAWN BY:
1 BUILT-IN DETAIL

CLASS:
A2 SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

DATE:
CUSTOM BUILT-IN WALL
RENDERING
PART II
- FINAL DRAWINGS -
AO
SHEET:

THE MADONNA HOME BOSTON, MA


1 LOCATION PLAN
AO

THE MADONNA HOME


200 COLUMBIA AVE
BOSTON, MA

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AO COVER PAGE
A1 FLOOR PLAN - FIRST FLOOR
A3 FURNITURE PLAN & SCHEDULE - FIRST FLOOR
A4 ELEVATION - BUILT-IN BOOKCASE

CAT ZEMAN
10.30.18

DRAWN BY:
CLASS:
DATE:
A1
SHEET:

THE MADONNA HOME


92'-0"

17'-4" 14'-0" 14'-0" 14'-0" 14'-0" 18'-8"

10'-0" 10'-6" 7'-0" 9'-8" 10'-8" 3'-9" 23'-6" 13'-8"

4'-9"

BOSTON, MA
13'-11"
13'-6"

13'-6"

4'-6"

18'-3"
18'-6"
7'-11"
1 bd/1 bath KITCHENETTE DINING
1 bd/1 bath

5'-0"

4'-6"
ROOM

4'-6"
ADA apt
apt
2'-4"

2'-4" 2'-4"

36'-1" 15'-8"

4'-6"
5'-0"

5'-1" 6'-11" 8'-0"


GATHERING SPACE
10'-0"
C.H. 1

7'-10"

STORAGE
13'-6"

A4
ADA BATH
11'-3"

12'-3"
7'-5"
51'-9"

13'-8"

51'-9"
16'-1"
15'-5"
ENTRY
7'-6"

15'-7" UP 7'-6" 5'-0" 25'-8" 10'-0"

3'-0"

4'-6"
18'-4"

11'-9" 1'-8"
5'-0"
4'-6"

2 bd/1 bath 1'-9" 11'-9"


ADA apt

4'-6"
21'-2"

12'-5" 2 bd/1 bath apt DIRECTOR'S

18'-6"
3'-0"

16'-9"
OFFICE

4'-6"
12'-9"
11'-4"

11'-4"

7'-11"
6'-9"
5'-11"

5'-0"
14'-4" 13'-7" 13'-7" 19'-0" 11'-11" 15'-9"

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18'-0" 14'-0" 14'-0" 14'-0" 14'-0" 18'-8"

CAT ZEMAN
10.30.18
1 FIRST FLOOR - FLOOR PLAN
A1 SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

DRAWN BY:
CLASS:
DATE:
FURNITURE SCHEDULE

A3
SHEET:
TAG ROOM DESCRIPTION MANUFACTURER DIMENSIONS QUANTITY NOTES
A GATHERING SOFA VINTAGE 85"Wx32"Dx33.5"H 1 N/A
B GATHERING END TABLE POTTERY BARN 22"x22"x22"H 2 N/A
C APARTMENT DINING CHAIR POTTERY BARN 20.5"Wx20"Dx37"H 8 N/A
D GATHERING DINING CHAIR CUSHION POTTERY BARN 22"x22" 12 N/A
E GATHERING COFFEE TABLE POTTERY BARN 26"Lx50"Wx18.5"H 1 N/A
F APARTMENT DINING TABLE POTTERY BARN 39"Dx30"H 2 N/A
G GATHERING DINING CHAIR POTTERY BARN 17"Wx22.5"Dx36"H 12 N/A

THE MADONNA HOME


H GATHERING DINING TABLE POTTERY BARN 120"Lx42"Wx30"H 1 N/A
I THROUGHOUT WINDOW DRAPES POTTERY BARN 50"x96" 40 2 PER WINDOW
J THROUGHOUT WINDOW VALANCE POTTERY BARN TBD 20 N/A
K GATHERING SOFA PILLOW POTTERY BARN 20"Hx30"W 4 N/A
L APARTMENT SOFA PILLOW POTTERY BARN 22"x22" 8 N/A
M APARTMENT ARMCHAIR POTTERY BARN 36"Wx39"Dx37"H 3 N/A

BOSTON, MA
N APARTMENT SECTIONAL POTTERY BARN 83.5"Wx68"Dx37"H 4 N/A
O APARTMENT END TABLE POTTERY BARN 24"Wx24"Dx24"H 4 N/A
P APARTMENT QUEEN SIZE BED POTTERY BARN 69"Wx84.5"Dx48"H 5 CAN BE SWITCHED TO BUNK BEDS
Q APARTMENT BEDSIDE TABLE POTTERY BARN 24"Wx18"Dx28"H 6 N/A
R APARTMENT DRESSER POTTERY BARN 32"Wx17"Dx31"H 6 N/A
S APARTMENT FULL SIZE BED POTTERY BARN 63.5"Wx83"Dx14.5"H 2 CAN BE SWITCHED TO BUNK BEDS
T GATHERING SOFA VINTAGE 52"Wx22"Dx32"H 2 N/A

VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

D
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P G

W
A
VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

Q
B O
1 bd/1 bath KITCHENETTE H
ADA apt 1 bd/1 bath
30"
apt FRIDGE

R
DINING ROOM
VITREOUS CHINA
C_LAVATORY
KINGSTON
K-2007

GATHERING SPACE
10'-0"
C.H. 1
STORAGE

A4
ADA BATH
P A E

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C UP
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C_LAVATORY
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K-2007

F VITREOUS CHINA C_LAVATORY


KINGSTON
K-2007

C Q
2 bd/1 bath F
K-20202-RA

ADA apt S

CAT ZEMAN
2 bd/1 bath apt

10.30.18
N
R
DIRECTOR'S OFFICE
S
M P P M N
R
O Q
O Q Q

DRAWN BY:
CLASS:
DATE:
1 FIRST FLOOR - FURNITURE SCHEMATIC PLAN
A3 SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"
A4
SHEET:

THE MADONNA HOME


16'-0"
3" 15'-5" 3"

2"
4" 3'-0" 4" 4" 4" 3'-0" 4" 4" 3'-0" 4" 4" 3'-0" 4" 4"
CROWN MOLDING AS SPECIFIED

2"

BOSTON, MA
2'-0"
10"

10"
1'-4"

5" 10"

5" 10"
STAINED PINE

1'-1"

1"
ANTIQUED MIRROR INSET ON
DOOR & BACK WALL OF BOOKCASE
5'-0"

1'-0"

5'-4"
1"
4'-0"
10'-0"

1'-0"

1"
BLACK MARBLE SHELVES
1"

1'-0"

1"
3"
1"

BRASS HANDLES [ADA COMPLIANT]

1"

1'-4"
1'-4"
3'-0"

2'-4"

3"

1'-4"
1" 5"
4"

4"
5" 5" 5" 5" 8" 5" 5"
1'-0" 3" 1'-2" 3" 1'-6" 3" 1'-2" 3" 8" 3" 1'-2" 3" 1" 1'-10" 8"
1" 1"
1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1" 1"
1" 1" 1" 1" 1"

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DRAWN BY:
1 GATHERING SPACE ELEVATION- BUILT-IN BOOKCASE

CLASS:
A4 SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

DATE:
PART III
- FINALIZED PRESENTATION BOARDS -
- JUSTIFICATION OF THE SOLUTION -
My design of the space meets all of the needs of the client. The design provides 4 apartments as described, a
director’s office and a gathering space. The gathering space encompasses a kitchenette and dining area
which provides room for bonding and socialization. The dining area can be used as a homework space when
not in use as dining. Storage space has been amply provided; the built in bookcase will be filled with self-
help books, board games and inspirational materials. The apartments are small but still meet the basic
comfort levels of future occupants. The FF&E selections are true to the Federal Style of the structure. The
color theme of calming blues and invigorating green and floral accents is intended to provide a serene
environment for the occupants. The apartment furniture is intentionally less expensive, as the wear & tear of
young children will require periodic replacement. Materials and finishes are not precious; they are easy to
clean and will withstand heavy use. Reflecting upon the final design, I decided to add laundry machines in the
kitchenette area and to install bathtubs in the apartment bathrooms [which were previously shower only]. I
also edited my final drawings: I changed the sectionwitness mark to an elevation callout; I added interior wall
dimensioning to my A1 floor plan; and I amended the A4 drawing label.
The final design incorporates accessible and universal design considerations in every detail; even the built in
bookcase features ADA-friendly hardware. The floor plan is arranged so that the apartment entry doors are
completely separate from the gathering space, allowing the inhabitants privacy – both visually and
acoustically – from the public gathering spaces. Per egress requirements, all bedrooms have windows. In
addition, all of the apartment living spaces have windows and therefore natural light. The security feature of a
double entry door will provide peace of mind for the women and children who may have concerns regarding
domestic abusers [a common issue among this homeless population]; it also provides the “sense of entry”
which the client requested.
Overall, I am very satisfied with this design and its fulfillment of the client’s needs.
- COST ESTIMATING TABLE -
TOTAL COST ESTIMATION – GATHERING SPACE
TOTAL COST ESTIMATION FURNITURE ONLY
– [2] 1BD/1BTH APARTMENTS -
– [2] 2BD/1BTH APARTMENTS -
TOTAL COST ESTIMATION - FURNITURE & FINISHES
– [2] 1BD/1BTH APARTMENTS -
– [2] 2BD/1BTH APARTMENTS -
TOTAL COST ESTIMATION: FURNITURE & FINISHES

- GATHERING SPACE -
– [2] 1BD/1BTH APARTMENTS -
– [2] 2BD/1BTH APARTMENTS -
BUDGET ANALYSIS

After finalizing the cost estimation for my designer fees and the gathering space and apartments
FF&E, I have a remaining budget of $174,829.83. As noted, there are still rooms which require
furnishing such as the kitchenette and the director’s office; this allowance will be applied to those
two rooms. Additionally, costs for all the plumbing fixtures need to be considered. I believe this
remaining balance will adequately cover all remaining costs.

My design fees totaled ~$11K, which was slightly above my guesstimate of $10K. I chose to
charge $175/hr. design fees; this is consistent with an Chicago-area low estimate of design costs.
Since I would be an entry level designer, I erred towards a lower hourly design fee.
- REFLECTION -
The three concepts I found most helpful were:

1) Process drawings
Though this was not my first introduction to process drawings, there are such an integral step in the space planning process. I consider it
progress that my “best” drawings are not the first ones anymore. Additionally, I’ve found that it is extremely helpful to draw a few ideas, then
take a break and come back to it. If I plant the idea in my head of the parameters of the project, then go for a run or go to yoga; I have really
had some great ideas utilizing the “break” as part of the creative process. There is plenty of research that supports this; ideas I’ve pursued
outside of the classroom – mainly via TED talks and podcasts.

2) Cost estimation
I am extremely appreciative of this introduction to budgeting! This is actually the first class I’ve had that has explored such a necessary
component of design work. It is so helpful to work through the FF&E stages with an actual budget in mind; even if we aren’t getting
completely accurate designer pricing at this point. The estimates that Professor Kirkpatrick provided are such a useful starting point. I’m
almost embarrassed to admit that I had no idea what a “$xxx.xx/sqft” budget meant before this course.

3) Timesheet
Along the same lines of the cost estimation table: this is the second class I’ve had which required us to keep a timesheet. It is such a strong
tool that I wish it was required in every class. Not only does it enlighten me about how long I’m actually spending on the work, but it helps
me focus on the work at hand & minimizes distractions [i.e. phone], so that I can get an accurate idea of how long it takes me to complete a
drawing or a spec sheet. Until I started keeping timesheets, I didn’t even realize how much time I spend on formatting Powerpoint slides!

I really enjoyed working with my team early in the class. It was a nice opportunity to form a connection which can be quite difficult with this online
platform. I also appreciated the glimpse into group work which will be required in a real world setting. As it worked out, we were all also
scheduled in the same time slot for presenting our floorplans in Week 3. This was another “first” for my coursework; I appreciated the chance to
practice my verbal presentation skills. It is also forced me to make sure that my plans would work in the real world. We spend too much time on
these projects to not produce an actual solution that we would be proud to include in our portfolios. I’m aware that I can be critical of my
classmates’ work, but its just because I want us all to push each other to present creative and practical solutions.